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President's Address to Staff

Tuesday, October 10, 2017 at 12:15pm to 1:15pm

Klarman Hall, Auditorium
232 East Ave, Ithaca, NY 14853

Join us for Cornell President Martha E. Pollack's first address to staff. President Pollack's remarks will be followed by a Q&A session.

Lunch will be provided. Hosted by the Employee Assembly.

Not able to attend in person? The event will be live-streamed with captions and recorded for later viewing at:
http://cornell.edu/video/2017-presidents-address-to-staff

You can submit questions for President Pollack in advance at:
http://cornell.edu/video/2017-presidents-address-to-staff/ask

Event Type

Address

Contact E-Mail

assembly@cornell.edu

Contact Name

Office of the Assemblies

Contact Phone

607-255-3715

Speaker

Martha E. Pollack

Speaker Affiliation

President of Cornell University

CornellCast Video URL

http://www.cornell.edu/video/2017-presidents-address-to-staff

Disability Access Information

If you are in need of special accommodations in order to fully participate, contact the Office of the Assemblies at (607) 255-3715 prior to the event.

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Craig Wiggers

Craig Wiggers left a positive review 10/10/2017

I walked away from President Pollack's address with enthusiasm and excitement about her leadership for Cornell. I was specifically happy to hear that progress is being made with the President's Task Force addressing bigotry and intolerance. President Pollack came across as a leader who will inspire those around her and she certainly inspired me to take care of my staff and responsibilities - exciting times for Cornell!

Karen LoParco

Karen LoParco left a positive review 10/10/2017

Thank you for holding this event for staff. President Pollack has great energy to tackle the issues facing staff and I hope that energy translates throughout the campus!